14 thoughts on “Paralympic gold medallist against Atos

  1. Reblogged this on DOG Sharon and commented:
    ATOS – Ministers have outsourced more than £3bn of public services to Atos, the multinational IT firm whose sponsorship of the Paralympics has prompted a nationwide campaign by disability activists.

    A series of parliamentary questions from Labour MP Tom Greatrex reveals the value of contracts with Atos is now more than a third higher than the amount outsourced by the last government. The replies expose how far the reach of the company extends in Whitehall.

  2. Let’s take on Atos

    I have to go to my Atos review in a fortnight’s time and I am absolutely guaranteed to be thrown off my benefits.

    I have many physical ailments including a double hernia which my doctor does not want to operate on because I’m 61. I note that Iain Duncan Smith lied. He stated that nobody over the age of 60 would be assessed.

    Let’s have a proper protest. Protest at every Atos branch. Apparently their staff turnover is 23.5 percent. They must be sickened by what they have to do.

    John Tupman, Lancashire


    • Hi, the troubles with Atos in the comment above here were not mine, but John Tupman’s in Lancashire.

      Thank you for posting the links!

      My trouble was not with Atos, but with LiveJournal which asked so many questions. I am not on Facebook and LinkedIn as well, though people asked me to 🙂

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